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					Wanted: In-House Lawyer for Trade Secrets Teleseminar as Panelist

Call for an In-House Lawyer to be a panelist. See below.
If interested contact me, please.

Five Things In-House Lawyers Should Do to Protect Their Companies Trade Secrets, and Some Things
They Shouldn’t

September 18, 2012, noon, Pacific - One-hour CLE presented via webinar

 Trade secrets are increasingly big business. Estimates place the cost of trade secret theft as high as
$300 billion a year. Trade secret litigation in the United States has doubled each decade since the
1980s. Trade secret verdicts and settlements are getting bigger. And companies, employees, lawyers,
courts, and journalists are all paying more attention. In-house counsel thus must ensure they are taking
the right steps to protect their companies’ valuable trade secrets. In this one-hour CLE, in-house
counsel XX from XX and outside counsel David Almeling from O’Melveny & Myers team up to present
best practices for businesses to create, maintain, and protect their trade secrets.

ALSO, This State Bar Internet Law conference may be of interest to you
You may be interested in the next State Bar of CA Intellectual Property Law Section "IP & The
Internet" conference at the LAX Marriott on September 14. High level experts will cover a wide
range of internet law topics "from the trenches," including a Privacy By Design tutorial, best
practices for drafting technology contracts and practical tips for dealing with data breaches,
online reputational harm and infringement on the internet. The program will also feature a
cyberlaw update by @EricGoldman, a lunch keynote by Saleforce.com's @PeterCoffee
and speakers from Twitter, Yahoo!, Warner Bros., Autodesk, True Religion Brand Jeans and
Morrison & Foerster. It will be followed by an informal networking mixer. Special student and
non-attorney rates available. 7.25 hours MCLE. See http://bit.ly/MYqi2w for full program and
registration. And please pass this invitation on to your colleagues and friends.


Intellectual Property & IP In-House Counsel Groups & Pages
State Bar of California Official:
Facebook - friend or like us: http://www.calbar.org/ipsection/fb
Twitter - follow and list us: http://twitter.com/#!/calbarIPsection
(Unofficial, Unaffiliated with State Bar):
LinkedIn for In-House - http://bit.ly/IPSIHCC_LI-mn
Facebook for In-House - http://bit.ly/IPSIHCC_FB-mn
Twitter: @IPSection - http://twitter.com/IPSection
FaceBook for IP - http://bit.ly/IPSection_FB-mn
LinkedIn for IP - http://bit.ly/IPSection_LI-mn


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Description: Wanted: In-House Lawyer for Trade Secrets Teleseminar as Panelist Call for an In-House Lawyer to be a panelist. See below. If interested contact me, please. Five Things In-House Lawyers Should Do to Protect Their Companies Trade Secrets, and Some Things They Shouldn’t September 18, 2012, noon, Pacific - One-hour CLE presented via webinar Trade secrets are increasingly big business. Estimates place the cost of trade secret theft as high as $300 billion a year. Trade secret litigation in the United States has doubled each decade since the 1980s. Trade secret verdicts and settlements are getting bigger. And companies, employees, lawyers, courts, and journalists are all paying more attention. In-house counsel thus must ensure they are taking the right steps to protect their companies’ valuable trade secrets. In this one-hour CLE, in-house counsel XX from XX and outside counsel David Almeling from O’Melveny & Myers team up to present best practices for businesses to create, maintain, and protect their trade secrets. ALSO, This State Bar Internet Law conference may be of interest to you You may be interested in the next State Bar of CA Intellectual Property Law Section "IP & The Internet" conference at the LAX Marriott on September 14. High level experts will cover a wide range of internet law topics "from the trenches," including a Privacy By Design tutorial, best practices for drafting technology contracts and practical tips for dealing with data breaches, online reputational harm and infringement on the internet. The program will also feature a cyberlaw update by @EricGoldman, a lunch keynote by Saleforce.com's @PeterCoffee and speakers from Twitter, Yahoo!, Warner Bros., Autodesk, True Religion Brand Jeans and Morrison & Foerster. It will be followed by an informal networking mixer. Special student and non-attorney rates available. 7.25 hours MCLE. See http://bit.ly/MYqi2w for full program and registration. And please pass this invitation on to your co